Free Instant In-Home City Water Quality Testing

Residents who use public water often assume their water is clean. Unknowingly, they are often exposed to contamination from failing infrastructures to industrial chemicals. A water test from Aqualite will help you know if your home's water is safe and free from contaminants.

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Find The Right Solution For Your Problem Water

Our Aqualite Water experts are ready to help you with a free in-home instant water test and provide a detailed water consultation.

Quick & Easy In-Home Water Quality Testing

We’ll sample your tap water and test it right in your kitchen. Results can vary, but the average test takes 10 minutes or less.

Identify Water Quality Risks & Provide Recommendations

Our experts will review the results, identify potential water quality risks, and provide you with recommendations to address your home's water quality problems.

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*Restrictions apply, limit 1 per household. Aqualite currently services Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
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Common Contaminants In Public Water

While Public water is regulated but can sometimes get contaminated, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates drinking water quality in public water systems. It sets limits for germs and chemicals in the water. Tap water sometimes gets contaminated with germs and chemicals at high enough levels to make you sick. Below are common contaminants found in Public water.

Hard Water

Water with high amounts of calcium and magnesium. Signs of hard water may include mineral stains, spots on glasses and silverware from the dishwasher, and decreased water pressure.


(PFOAs & PFOSs) consist of many chemicals used in industrial and consumer products for heat and fluid resistance since the 1950s. Learn more about PFAS.


Lead can commonly enter through drinking water through the corrosion of existing lead water service lines and lead-lined water tanks or plumbing fixtures.


Chloramines used as an disinfectant by water utilities may cause corrosion of copper and lead pipes. Since the 1930s (ppm) chloramine levels continue to increase within municipal water supplies.


Commonly used in municipal drinking water, this chemical helps eliminate potentially harmful microorganisms found in freshwater.


Commonly found in municipal drinking water, ammonia is a by-product of chloramine use. Long-term ingestion of 1 mg/l (ppm) in drinking water may cause potential health problems.

New England's Battle With PFAS Water Pollution

According to the Department of Environmental Services, almost half New Hampshire residents get water from a private well. As of early 2022, 39% of wells in NH tested by the department exceed one or more of the limits for PFAS chemicals.

In Massachusetts, Private wells provide drinking water to more than 500,000 Massachusetts residents. A new analysis of Massachusetts public water systems by the Sierra Club finds that 70% of communities have detectable levels of the six most dangerous PFAS chemicals in their ground and surface waters.

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Learn about the growing PFAS drinking water crisis in the United States and how you can remediate PFAS chemicals from your home's water.

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